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This isn't called "Garden Peach" for nothing. Garden Peach tomatoes share the color and general shape as peaches, not to mention the fuzziness on the skin.
Peach Tomato
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The Garden Peach tomato is definitely a novelty in the garden. It looks like a peach, right down to the blush of pink the tomato gets when it is ripe. When you bite into one, the texture of the skin is very reminiscent of a fresh peach. And the flavor? Mild and sweet, and very juicy.

Garden Peach produces decent numbers of two inch fruits approximately 80 days after transplanting. The plants are indeterminate; in fact, you'll probably see an enormous amount of foliage compared the the number of tomatoes you get.

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